When to replace the cabin air filter in your Maserati
When you own a luxury car like a Maserati, it’s important to keep it in tip-top shape. That means regular oil changes, tire rotations and wheel alignments, transmission flushes, etc. One of the services often forgotten about is the cabin air filter. These need to be replaced every so often because they will clog up with pollutants fast. Find out when to replace the cabin air filter in your Maserati here on our blog!
Your cabin air filter has the responsibility of filtering the air that enters your vehicle’s cabin, which ensures that you and your passengers won’t have to breathe in the dirty air outside. The air filters are especially important for those who have seasonal allergies since they filter out pollen. Failing to replace the cabin air filter can lead to poor air quality in the cabin and can lead to respiratory issues with some passengers.
So how do you know when to replace the air filter in your Maserati? There are a couple clear signs, such as persistent odors coming through the air vents or a loud clunky sound when the heat or air conditioning is running. It’s best to replace the air vents before this happen, though. It’s recommended that you replace the air vents in your Maserati every 12,000 to 15,000 miles, or at least once every year. While you could bring your car in to get the air filters replaced, it’s also a relatively simple process that can be done at home for much less.
If you need any sort of maintenance done to your Maserati, keep Maserati Lotus of Greenville in mind. We specialize in servicing Maseratis and Lotuses, and our technicians are some of the best in the area. Get in touch with us today!